DR ROBERT G. WYNNE
Thank you very much for your letter, expressing interest in building a World Peace Palace in your city. I am including, as you requested, additional information on the World Peace Palaces. On the following pages you will find four designs and the land requirements for each.
Regarding the construction and administration of the World Peace Palace, the city may do as much as it is able—from providing land in a central municipal garden, to constructing the building, to administering the programs it houses. Programs conducted in theWorld Peace Palace will sustain it, on an on-going basis, in a self-sufficient manner. The most important step for the city to take at this time is to allocate the land required. Whatever additional help you need, we will give you.
Everything regarding peace is housed within the World Peace Palaces. They offer programs for individual peace and individual health that are the basis of world peace. The effect of these programs will also result in the city government enjoying prevention-oriented, problem-free administration—giving Mayors and administrators the opportunity to fulfill their parental role in bringing peace and fulfillment to their constituents.
By placing the World Peace Palace in the central municipal garden of the city, inspiration will be created for individual peace and world peace for generations to come.
Dr. Robert G. Wynne, Mayor